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Based on the author's experience using computers and multimedia in teaching large, multisection courses, this groundbreaking text demonstrates how teaching professionals at all levels of instruction can use paperless' electronic dialoguing to dramatically improve classroom instruction. The book explains how to employ such tools as: hypertext, animation, morphs, CAD, and virtual reality interactive strategies using of e-mail self-regulation', a means of enhancing students'independence and efficiency and intranets', networks that are off the Web but operate on the same basic principle.
Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers
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